If you are looking for a holiday for your family near a beach, Navalai Paryatak Nivas located at Hedvi is the best option with something for everyone in the family located very close to the hotel. The Hedvi beach is just about 5 minutes drive from the hotel so is the dasha bhuja Laxmi Ganesh mandir. Jaigad fort is across the creek as is Ganpatipule and in the other direction you have Guhagar - famous as a temple town both under an hour away from Navalai Paryatak Nivas.
Navalai Paryatak Nivas is a two floor building with ample open spaces around the hotel. Accommodation at Navalai Paryatak Nivas is arranged in self contained well furnished spacious rooms ideal for families and couples located on its first floor above the restaurant. The rooms are furnished tastefully with the good quality furniture and linen.
At Navalai Paryatak Nivas you can enjoy delicious kokani Veg and non Veg food. Sea food is the speciality of the place. Food is prepared in authentic kokani culinary style with a heavy dose of coconut in the dishes typical of the traditional kokani culinary style. Delicious veg food is also available at Navalai Paryatak Nivas - Hedvi, Guhagar.
Navalai Paryatak Nivas is located at the best possible location to explore this region of Konkan. Just two kilometers away from the Dashabhuja Ganpati temple the primary attraction of Hedvi, the hotel is located about 15 kilometers away from Guhagar the main town near Hedvi. Navalai Paryatak Nivas is about 5 - 6 hours away from Pune and Mumbai.
The Laxmi Ganesh mandi definitely the major attraction near the hotel. The white sand beaches of Velneshwar and the rocky beach of Hedvi famous for the 'Bahman Ghal' is just 5 minutes each away from the hotel. Jaigad fort is located across the Jaigad creek and there are ferries which take even cars across the creek.
The Dashabhuja Ganpati temple is definitely the primary attraction of Hedvi apart from the Hedvi beach. The beautiful temple is built atop a small hillock and is believed to be from the Peshwa regime. The idol of the diety (Ganpati) here is depicted to have 10 hands hence the name Dasha bhuja Ganpati!